The president of Ukraine, Volodimir Zelenskysigned this Wednesday the corresponding decrees for the extension of martial law and general mobilization for three more months, until foreseeably next November 15.
The Ukrainian leader thus formalized the set of laws approved at the end of July by the Parliamentthe Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, by which extend for 90 days that situation, in response to the aggression of the Russian Federation.
Ukrainian martial law gives authorities special powers to impose, for example, the night curfew in effect nationwide since the beginning of the Russian invasion, in February 2022.
By decreeing the mobilization, Ukraine it also prohibits all men of military age with less than three children from leaving and reserves the right to call them up if it deems it necessary.
Ukraine denounced a Russian attack on a residential building
A 60-year-old woman died and a 61-year-old woman was injured in a Russian bombardment on a residential area of a village of Kharkivinformed the authorities of that Ukrainian region, in the east of the country.
This information follows the information released earlier this Thursday about the new advances of the Ukrainian troops in the southeast of the country, after having managed yesterday to regain control over the town of Urozhanein it Donetsk.
“Our troops remain entrenched in the Urozhane area and are shelling enemy positions while consolidating their advances,” the army General Staff spokesman wrote. Andriy Kovalevthrough Telegram.
Ukrainian forces also carry out an “offensive operation” in the region of Bakhmutsouth of that city, the statement continues.
Urozhane’s release was confirmed yesterday from the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense by his deputy minister, Hanna Maliar.
The goal now is to “gain ground” throughout the Donetsk and Zaporizhzhia region in the south.
(With information from EFE)
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